The 13th Annual Montgomery County Antique Tractor and Engine Show will be held at the 4-H club grounds and pavilion located at 1921 Rossview Road, in Clarksville, TN. Friday, September 27th, is designated as "Kid's Day." Teachers (and parents) bring students from local and surrounding county and private schools to learn about life on the farm as it was many years ago. There is a display of many antique tractors and engines. Live demonstrations teach attendees about farming and equipment farmers used long ago ... silage chopping, stationary hay bailing, wheat thrashing, blacksmithing, etc. Hands-on exhibits are a favorite ... wringer-type washing machines, hand water pumps, corn shellers and other equipment. Demonstrations and exhibits continue for the general public on Saturday, September 28th, with fun filled activities for families to include a Kids Pedal Tractor pull. For more information or if you wish to display a tractor or engine, please contact Raymond Bagwell at (931) 320-0134 or Ronnie Nicholson at (931) 358-2108. The feature tractor this year is Johne Deere but all make and models may participate. Free T-shirts will be given to the first 12 on-site registrants of John Deere tractors. Vendors are also welcome and may contact Anne Staats at (931) 503-0501, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information. Come join the fun!
September 28, 2013
Event By: Clarksville Convention & Visitors Bureau Address: 1921 Rossview Road Clarksville, TN 37043
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